Wednesday, November 10, 2010

mallory's scarf

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i finally get a bit of a break from school. i just had my huge presentation yesterday so i now just have finals to look forward to in a couple weeks. in the meantime i hope to post more! I got this scarf from my boyfriend's mom, it's my favorite color, teal :). jewel tones are my favorite part of winter.

Ann Taylor cardigan | Anthropologie pleated shorts | Thrifted Blouse | Forever21 ring

11 comments:

  1. SO freakin' adorable. I lovelovelove this look, hope your presentation went well... and the upcoming finals... BLEH! <3 :)

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  2. I love the way you tied it into a bow. I've tried that on many occasions and it just won't stop looking like a mess in front of my neck!

    Love your whole outfit by the way ^-^

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  3. that ring!!! i think i may need to visit forever21.com!
    x

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  4. Thanks for your comment! Really cute outfit! Love the way you styled your scarf :)

    g-bowsandpearls.blogspot.com

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  5. That is a great teal scarf! I hope you thanked your bf's mom profusely for it ;) And, question: How did you tie such a cute bow? I've never been able to figure it out myself, and the instructions I find thru googling are confusing and not very helpful!
    - Sherrie

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  6. waauuuw this look is amazing, you look great!!! Fabulous blog, I looooove your style :)

    xxxx

    lifeisroyalty.blogspot.com

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  7. i have already fallen in love with your blog! Definitely worth to follow! Love your style! Btw, where are you from? Looks so cold there! Thanks for visiting!

    Inna
    thelittlebigspender.blogspot.com

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  8. Such a pretty scarf. And I just love all of the colors of the outfit. :)

    http://galwithcurves.blogspot.com/

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  9. Thanks everyone! For those of you wondering how i tied my scarf, its basically just like you tie a shoelace, but farther away from my neck and with looser loops (if that makes sense!). it requires a bit of fussing :)

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